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, a church that parishioners tell us was selling tickets to heaven. those tickets, they tell us, don't come cheap. in a story you'll only see right here on kpix 5, linda yee shows us, instead of heaven, these parishioners ended up stuck with louisiana swamp land. >> reporter: many churches ask for donations. but some members of the general assembly church with congregations in california and two other states say the promise of eternal life cost them dearly. >> it was a nightmare. >> reporter: horris says in 2002p pastor lacy hawkins started preaching about a real estate investment opportunity. >> he's the only man that can put you in third heaven, and if you don't support this, then you're not a part of the church. >> reporter: hawkins second-in- command headed up the venture called day star. it promised returns as high as 35%. >> i invested about $120,000. >> reporter: - his retirement money. and he wasn't alone. >> originally i had invested $250,000 from my stock. >> reporter: former member julio says he never quite knew where the money went.
's performed on that instrument is about horses. there's a legend about a horse that dies and goes to heaven. and the owner of the horse hears the voice of his beloved animal coming to him from the heavens. and the horse tells him to build this instrument, the igil, and to play a tune. and that when that tune is played, he will come down from the heavens. and so tuvans listen carefully to the sounds that are all around them in their natural environment, and they imitate these. in some cases, they imitate them very precisely and that's a kind of imitation that i would call iconic imitation. and in other cases, the imitation is aesthetically processed, aestheticised. for instance, if you hear a crow and you make a crow sound, that's iconic imitation. but if you hear water, it's hard to make a sound that's exactly like water. and what they do is that they kind of fantasize on the sound of water. and they use this remarkable technique that's become known in the west as throat singing, to imitate the sound of water for instance. and not only to imitate it but to interact with it. traditionally, w
the powerful role music plays all around the world. ♪ the angels up in heaven done signed my name. ♪ from worship to work, from politics to play, ♪ i would like to reach out my hand. ♪ it mobilizes, it tranquilizes, it heals, and transforms. boswell is supposed to have said to dr. johnson, "i'm greatly affected by music. "some music will make me weep. "some music will make me feel so brav "i could march into the thick of a battle and not be scared of anything." johnson says dryly, "if anything could make me act so foolish, i would not have anything to do with it." [low hum and sticks clacking] [cultural music montage] (man) music has got an incredible power, presence. you know, sound is something that you can't escape when you're in its presence. [chanting and drumming] with music, there's no looking away. [spirited clarinet and guitar playing] that is part of the power of music. when you're near it, there's no escape. it can focus your attention on a particular ceremony for example. it can act as a kind of social glue that helps a ceremony to go on over the course of several days. it
on my back something's gone inside me and i can't get it back ♪ oh heaven oh heaven i wait with good intentions ♪ ♪ but the day it always lasts too long then i'm gone oh heaven ♪ ♪ oh heaven i wait with good intentions ♪ ♪ but the day it always lasts too long then i'm gone then i'm gone ♪ ♪ then i'm gone then i'm gone then i'm gone then i'm gone ♪ ♪ then i'm gone >>> tonight on "nightline." sex, lies and murder? >> did you kill travis alexander? >> yes, i did. >> jodi arias speaks out. the 32-year-old charged with stabbing, slashing and shooting her one time boyfriend. what she says drove her to do it. >>> the voice hits like "you raise me up." earned him million of adoring fans. tonight pop superstar josh groban lets loose to talk about his life. >>> almost human. from monkies to pandas to owls. the animal kingdom as you've never seen it before. looking just like us. hey, it's me, progressive insurance. you know, from our 4,000 television commercials. yep, there i am with flo. hoo-hoo! watch it! [chuckles] anyhoo, 3 million people switched to me last year, saving
of heaven and hell. ♪ ♪ yes, i've come for to get your soul. ♪ ♪ leave your body and leave it cold. ♪ (cohen) back in north carolina in a little community where i did my film, almost everybody sings. and berzil wallin-- she knew a lot of old ballads and old love songs, and then when she sang this very beautiful song which is a conversation with death, it's got kind of a moralizing to it, like 18th century, 19th century, i think really 18th century frontier attitude on heaven and hell, and of course she was pretty old and feeble by the time she was singing it for me. you got the feeling in the film that she was going through that struggle herself. ♪ my heart fixed. i'm summoned to hell. ♪ ♪ as long as god in heaven tells well, ♪ ♪ my soul, my soul shall scream in hell. ♪ ♪ one pleasant summer's morning ♪ ♪ when the birds were sweetly singing, oh. ♪ in the ballad tradition, the tune is extremely important. these tunes are usually beautiful, and they are hand crafted to stick in the mind. there seems to be a receptor in the mind for tunes. it just attaches itself to your min
else? he smiled and said, the only place i would accept his heaven. nothing else would take the place. it is not hard to picture ed getting up to heaven and meeting god and saying with a smile, how did i do? there is no doubt -- cardinal, you will not be happy with this -- but i'm telling you i have met god. god said, ed, you did great. you really did great. god bless you, ed koch. god bless the city you love so much and served so well. [applause] >> members of the family, the mayors and governors, senators, other dignitaries that are here, yesterday i flew home from japan after spending eight hours there. asked gift to's me. you pick up a whole day when you come back from japan. in our days, every day counts. [laughter] so, thank you, mayor. i come here to speak for myself and also for hillary, who loved him very much and was grateful for his endorsement in every race she ran. after she became a senator, he said, you know, i was for you. new yorkers, we come from everywhere and not everyone can be lucky like me. but you have got to get better at this. every holiday season four years,
the azure heavens, these snow-capped peaks are said to reflect a mirror image of the human mind. a metaphor common to nearly every culture on the planet even those whose geography offers little in the way of what might be considered a dynamic landscape. moreover, the views from both valley floor and mountain summit offer remarkable perspectives, that together, combine to nurture a fuller understanding of our place and purpose in the natural world. mountains, we are reminded by sages and mystics, offer a profound metaphor of the human journey. what renowned mythologist joseph campbell referred to as the call to adventure. an undeniable lure to embark on a journey of spiritual exaltations, personal challenges, and victories of the heart. in doing so, we know full well that the ultimate physical as well as symbolic goal is to stand at the summit to behold an unparalleled perspective, thus claiming a personal mastery of each arduous ascent. these mighty fortresses of quartz and granite are uniquely an inherent, spiritual archetype of vigor and fortitude. for mi
. >>> amen. (applause) >> lift every voice and sing till earth and heaven ring, ring with the harmonies of liberty. let our rejoicing rise high as the listening skies. let it resound loud as the rolling sea. sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us. sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us. facing the rising sun of our new day begun, let us march on till victory is won. stony the road we trod, bitter the chasening rod, felt in the day when hope unborn had died. yet with a steady beat has not our weary feet come to the place that our father's died. we have come over the way that with tears has been watered. we have come treading the path of the blood of the slaughtered. out of the gloomy past, till we now stand at last, with a white gleam of our bright star is past. god of our weary years, god of our silent tears, thou who has led us thus far on the way, thou who has by thy light led us into the light, keep us forever in the path we pray. lest our feet stray from the places our god where we met thee, lest our hearts drunk with the wine of the wor
efforts to build a new earth we have allowed our vision of the new heaven to dim. disturb us lord to go more boldly and venture on wider seas where storms will show your mastery where losing sight of land we will find the stars. we ask you to push back oh god the horizons of our open and into the future courage strength and things that we get in love. god we pray you will be our eyes and help us to be wise in times and honest enough to say we don't know. let this be our prayer as we go on way. let us to a place. guide us with your grace to a place where we will be safe oh god. father we pray and push back works of destruction and the spirits of destruction and ask that you do lead us to a place and guide us with your grace and gave us faith so we're safe in our homes, our schools and work place as we seek measures and ways for working towards peace for this fine city as we present ourselves as clergy and fault in this world. amen. >> amen. >> amen. thank you reverend scott. as pastor bryant said we are grateful for the leadership of our city's mayor and upon the uptick of violence
-year deal inked in 20 heaven. and that is not the case. london fletcher tweeted saying congrats on staying with the eagles next queer ever year -- next year and that the -- the fcc east is yours, though. >>> and check out the shot of the week. anna olson in colorado, gives it her best long-distance and that is coming up short and bounces in and with that great bucket and the kicker. 15 secs on the clock and they need to work on her. the bucket went in and final, the the redskins who hired keith burns to coach special teams. tonight, the wizards try to extend the win streak to four and visit milwaukee at 8:00. >> and wizards can practice the shot and to shawn yancy now. >>> and we're talking to a young hollywood star making history. an interview with oscar nominee wallace. we will show you how she's bringing the arts to d.c. and plus. [ indiscernible ] >> there is no room for error when you're firing guns like this one and from this artillery training. coming up at 10. >> and one last look at the forecast, sue? >> and temperatures are into the 50s today and into 51 tomorrow and hang in ther
of god i would be accepted by him eternally in heaven, i don't want to put words in your mouth? >> according to the koran god has to believe god is the almighty creator and no one should be in -- once anyone, a human being devote herself or himself the worship of other than god then that's what takes him from salvation of heaven from acceptance from god. >> so any theistic believer in god in that sense could be? >> but this believers also has to believe also as jesus as a prophet, a messenger, not as the son of god and has to believe that mohammad is not the only prophet but rather the last of prophets who came after many other prophets like moses, jesus, david, solomon and many or prophets. >> how are they ranked? >> all are equal. in chapter two in the koran there's a verse is a says we do not distinguish among all of the prophets, all are equal in the eyes of god. but going back to the issue of the son of god and why muslims believe that way, muslims believe that it was paul who really started the idea of teaching that jesus was crucified and was the son of god. >> can we ta
in chocolate. if you want to go to heaven, put one of these in your mouth. oh, my god, it's so good. you're going to show me how you do it while i'm eating part of your stuff. >> i think valentine's day is about taking anything that's regular and dipping it in chocolate. take a cookie, a cupcake, classic strawberries, grab it, drop it in, flip it over. this is the part i learned in paris. this part, the shake. >> how long were you in paris? >> a very, very short year. it was great. drop it down. you can do this with anything. a cookie. or you can take a piece of cooked bacon. >> how did you make your chocolate sauce? >> it is pure chocolate. it's just chocolate and it's melted and it's called tempering. that's what makes the chocolate harden right so that you get that snap when you bite into it. so here's two ready for you. >> i love these cookies. you want me to decorate them? >> yeah. you want to do a j for jc or get some little candies like this. >> what's this? >> that's just cocoa butter that's covered. there you go. there's jc's cookie. >> i'm going to make one for you. >> you can
, this is heaven. that's going to do it for us eve. i'm beth troutman. time to watch the best videos of the day, "right this minute." >>> troopers try to help two with their antlers locked together. >> they're saying, take it, take it. >> when you see what it takes to split these two apart you will be amazed. >> get the heck out of here. >>> and adventure photographer gets this close to a volcano. >> he even said you can feel the boiling hot temperatures of the water. >> how he scored cool new footage of kilauea's hot lava. >> some russian school kids are trudging through the snow. >> and then suddenly. >> they spot the snowman. how it had them on the run. >> [ inaudible ]. >> plus, get the friday buzzword in our ipad mini giveaway and see a man's painstaking process for his remote controlled chopper and why -- >> maybe he should have bought a hedge clipper instead. >> oh, no. . >>> got to warn you this could be a little tough to watch especially for the animal lovers out there. what we're seeing, two bucks locked together by their antlers. we have an illinois conservation police officer, state
farther. the 2013 ram 1500 with best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. guts. glory. ram. the new ram 1500. motor trend's 2013 truck of the year. >>> thanks for tuning in. this is sports extra. i'm scott smith. one month remaining in the college basketball regular season which means for teams on the bubble, a team like maryland, it is time to step up because the opportunities are dwindling. the terps have 17 wins but 14 of them against teams outside the top 100 in r p i. their signature win was a one-point victory at home against north carolina state. the good news for the the earnings they still have chances to add to their resume with games against duke, north carolina, and virginia. facing the cavaliers today a team the terps have struggled with, three straight losses. uva's joe harris on track from way back, hits the second of back to back threes. virginia up seven. harris nearly perfect from the field today, seven of eight. turgeon wants better perimeter defense. still in the first,
that you cannot have a new heaven until you have a new earth. >> i love that line, "you can't have a new heaven until you have a new earth." it's like that line, "why are you worried about life after death? let's worry about, life before death" - that kind of thing. sharon stone - that's who the actress was. the reason it took me a while to remember is she was at church and so her skirt was a lot longer than it normally is, on the thing. but anyway, back to reverend cecil williams. comments and thoughts relating back to the previous class about what he's saying about identity, relationship - did you catch anything in there you wanted to comment on? sure, chris? >> he was also talking about power. and for him, he wants to use the church's power - at least from what i got - to be at the forefront of social action, and that's how believers are expressing their beliefs, through social action, and i think that's what he was talking about the power of the church to either be toxic and be bad, in a way, and be detrimental to society, or the power of the church to be a motivator, to be a positiv
, who lived at the turn of the 19th century, wrote: "to see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour." the mystery of infinity has intrigued mathematicians for thousands of years. still, many of the greatest thinkers, from pythagoras to galileo, even the great gauss refused to tackle it, deeming infinity to be "unthinkable." but believe it or not, the idea of infinity begins with something as simple as counting and the way in which we measure the world. as humans, we find hints of infinity as soon as we learn to count. once we run out of fingers, we realize there might be a never-ending number of things, from the grains of sand on planet earth to the stars in the heavens. faced with orders of magnitude beyond what our human senses can comprehend, many great minds have concluded that infinity is outside the purview of mathematics and best left to philosophers and theologians. in fact, the subject has been taboo for mathematicians throughout much of history -- perhaps most especially the ancient greeks --
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